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hind'sfeet

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  1. You're welcome! Well, for math Teaching Textbooks is wonderful for math! It's expensive but it's a computer program that is interactive and doesn't expect the parents to know anything, that's a good thing.
    We love homeschool co-ops. The ones I would look for are the school format where they have actual classes. You usually would have to volunteer and it does cost money but it is not expensive. They only attend once a week but usually the kids have homework and you can pick all your classes and take them out of classes if they don't work for you. Every co-op is different and they are not run by organizations. Some don't even have classes and just get together. I believe co-ops are vital for homeschooling because they provide support and encouragement you won't get from anyone in the public school system. Look them up online for the area you'll be moving to.

  2. About HSLDA

    Home School Legal Defense Association Home School Legal Defense Association is a nonprofit advocacy organization established to defend and advance the constitutional right of parents to direct the education of their children and to protect family freedoms. Through annual memberships, HSLDA is tens of thousands of families united in service together, providing a strong voice when and where needed.

    HSLDA advocates on the legal front on behalf of our members in matters which include conflicts with state or local officials over homeschooling. Each year, thousands of member families receive legal consultation by letter and phone, hundreds more are represented through negotiations with local officials, and dozens are represented in court proceedings. HSLDA also takes the offensive, filing actions to protect members against government intrusion and to establish legal precedent. On occasion, HSLDA will handle precedent-setting cases for nonmembers, as well.

    HSLDA advocates on Capitol Hill by tracking federal legislation that affects homeschooling and parental rights. HSLDA works to defeat or amend harmful bills, but also works proactively, introducing legislation to protect and preserve family freedoms.

    HSLDA advocates in state legislatures, at the invitation of state homeschool organizations, by assisting individual states in drafting language to improve their homeschool legal environment and to fight harmful legislation.

    HSLDA advocates in the media by presenting articulate and knowledgeable spokesmen to the press on the subject of homeschooling. HSLDA staff members are regularly called upon for radio, television, and print interviews, and their writings are frequently published in newspapers and magazines across the country. HSLDA’s own bimonthly magazine, The Home School Court Report, provides news and commentary on a host of current issues affecting homeschoolers. And its two-minute daily radio broadcast, Home School Heartbeat, can be heard on nearly 500 radio stations.

    HSLDA advocates for the movement by commissioning and presenting quality research on the progress of homeschooling. Whether it’s in print, from the podium, or on the air, HSLDA provides insightful vision and leadership for the cause of homeschooling.

    Home School Legal Defense Association . . . tens of thousands of American families working together with HSLDA to preserve each other’s right to homeschool . . . together, “Advocates for Family & Freedom.” http://www.hslda.org/

  3. You're welcome Daisy! Well, I always try to see who God puts into my life in the new place. The first thing I ask Him for is a Church that teaches only God's Truth, before anything else. One time we found our church on the internet and the previous time I asked God that the next person to invite me from that point on, would be the church He wanted me to go to. I was asked on the phone the next day or so. If you don't know where you will be going, ask God to prepare you to know where you will be going, for the church, for connections, and a home. Pray for your home and your husband's job and always be super specific. If you guys are searching for a state, ask God to lead you in the direction you need to go, through people, the radio, through music, sermons, or whatever way and then ask Him for confirmations for what you feel is being placed on your heart. I have noticed that God has always prepared me in advance and then when I hear a sermon or something, I know it immediately because it confirms and brings to light what I didn't realize was God speaking to me about things all along. Like with homeschooling my son. I had always told myself that I would never homeschool. I started thinking about it a little and by the time the end of the school year came, I was almost convinced that I would be willing to do it. What tipped me over the edge was the school that he would have attended the next year, terrible. I was gung-ho after that. When I got to the church I had been invited to, I knew that God had placed it on my heart to homeschool that Whole time. He had placed those thought in my head and I chose to think on them.

  4. "Great spiritual movements are often referred to as waves of the Holy Spirit because they move like waves of the ocean. To ride a wave requires balance and skill, but those would not matter if one did not also have the ability to discern where the wave is going to break and get into position at the right place and time. Even then, the wave rider cannot be idle but must be moving in the right direction when the wave comes." As I was reading this I thought immediately of this dream!! Not only that but when I looked to the side (like if you look to the side of here, you'll see the blue border) I noticed that the border on the side was the exact color of blue the water was in my dream!!!
    I haven't read this dream in over a year, so I'm really encouraged happy dance

    I found this on a website I get news letters from. I know it's against the rules to post the names and websites of preachers/prophets so I won't. I

  5. Ok, here's something interesting. A little short background. My husband WILL be saved, in Jesus name Amen!!

    I've been asking God for an outcome of this situation, in a dream. But I haven't been having any dreams about it. A few minutes ago I told my husband about the papers not getting turned in by the requested date for the HAP (Home Assistance Program) for the short sale we did for the house. I got an email today from her and by what she said it seems to me that she overlooked the time that it was sent in.
    Ok, so onto my husband. Before I told him, because I didn't want him to speak curses over this situation, he told me about a dream he had last night that he said was really cool! Here's the dream:

    I needed to go to the ATM and I was on foot and there was a line of cars. I ran ahead of the cars and I wanted to get there before a car was about to pull up, so I ran as fast as I could and made it. I swiped my card and all that and the ATM kept giving me tons of money. A half a million dollars! And I was worried that I needed to turn it in because it could have been a mistake. I was wondering if I would get to keep 10% as a finders fee which would be 50,000$.

    When he told me his dream, it brought to mind the HAP money. Then I decided to tell him about what went down.

  6. Thank you Father and I'm sorry for not having listened to you when you were telling me I needed to check my email. Father I ask you give me your peace that passes all understanding Father you made the sun stand still twice and I'm asking you turn this around for me for your Glory. Today is the 2nd and the papers were due yesterday and I only got them emailed at 2 this morning. Father I know you can move the earth for me. Thank you Father for being the mover of mountains that no man can move. In the name Yeshua Messiah, Amen!!
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